|No.|| 18717 (Normal, worldwide release)|
95551 (Normal, Japan release)
92419 (Silver Metallic)
|Series||Mini 4WD REV|
|Release Date|| June 6, 2019 (Philippines)|
November 30, 2019 (Worldwide)
June 22, 2020 (Silver Metallic, Philippines)
It was created to celebrate the 2019 Mini 4WD Asia Challenge that was held in Manila, Philippines.
General info Edit
The Dyipne, as the name implies, is inspired by the Jeepney: an iconic form of minibus originally derived from the Willys Jeeps left by American forces just after World War II.
In line with real-life jeepneys, the Dyipne comes with flashy decals adorning the bodyshell. The sides show a silhouette of the driver and its passengers, along with the Lils Hobby Center logo, while three silver-coloured horse figurines are perched above the bonnet.
Standard variant Edit
The standard Dyipne comes with the red body color with silver roof. The decals includes the "Asia Challenge" logo in brush script, and the Hyper-Dash Motor logo amongst other things, and place names showing the jeepney's "route"–Quiapo, Makati and Parañaque,
The kit comes equipped with metallic silver, small diameter low-profile A-spoke wheels paired with black low profile tires. The chassis frame and the A parts are molded in black and red respectively.
Silver Metallic Edit
The limited Silver Metallic variant features the silver plated bodyshell, and the cyan flame-style decals. The decals includes "The Brickyard" and place names showing the jeepney's "route"–Makati, Mandaluyong and QC,
The kit comes equipped with the silver plated, small diameter low-profile A-spoke wheels paired with black low profile tires. The chassis frame and the A parts are molded in black and turquoise respectively.
Technical info Edit
Color: Silver Plated
- With the height of 56mm, the Dyipne is currently the tallest Mini 4WD car ever released as of January 2020, followed by Rising Bird.
Tamiya Japan Edit
- Dyipne at Tamiya Japan
Tamiya America Edit
- Dyipne at Tamiya America